Dorset House School
|Type||Other Independent School|
|Religion||Church of England|
|Local authority||West Sussex|
Dorset House School is a co-educational preparatory school near Pulborough in West Sussex, England. There are 143 pupils, made up of 91 boys and 52 girls, whose ages range from 4yrs to 13yrs. This school is a feeder to all the major public schools in the South-East of England and beyond, including: Ardingly, Brighton College, Charterhouse, Christ's Hospital, Cranleigh, Eastbourne College, Harrow, Hurstpierpoint College, Lancing College, Marlborough, Millfield, Milton Abbey, Radley College, Roedean, Shrewsbury, Tonbridge School, Wellington,Winchester and Worth School
The school was founded in 1784 as Totteridge Park School in Hertfordshire. In 1865 it moved to Hendon and became Brent Bridge House school, and from 1874 to 1886, it move to Elstree and became Hillside School. In 1886 it moved to Littlehampton and became The School House, and in 1905, it merged with and became Dorset House School.